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Latest Water News

Burbank fights 'dirty' in battle to conserve water

Monday, November 24, 2014
Thanks to California’s persistent drought, the city of Burbank is resorting to "dirty" tactics in the fight to conserve water.

More than 300 city vehicles — including those used by the Burbank Police Department, Burbank Water and Power and the Burbank Fire Department — will go unwashed for at least two months as part of a new water conservation program.

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Featured News

Board of Director Representatives Election 2014

Monday, November 17, 2014

CUWCC Group 1 Board of Directors Representatives Election

4th Quarter Plenary Meeting
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
9:30 AM - 3:00 PM

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BMP Reporting Completion Date Extended Until October, 31, 2015

Friday, November 14, 2014

Special Extension for 2013-2014 Reporting Period: The BMP Reporting Deadline has been extended until October 31, 2015 to allow agencies additional time after the  updates to the database have been completed.

The Council typically encourages water supplier members to complete their biennial reporting within six months of the end of all even years based on the calendar used by their agency (e.g., calendar year or fiscal year).   Click the header to read more...


Council Highlights

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  • Drought Resources

    Find news on California’s drought and water conditions, tools for member agencies and others, and what events are happening in response to the drought.

  • BMP Reporting Application

    Use the Council’s new software to report on the progress of your agency’s BMP implementation.

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